Category: Microsoft Office
Fix Office, Outlook, 365 issues with Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant (SaRA)
article #1316, updated 289 days ago
Remove Office activation from Windows, Office license reset
article #1241, updated 440 days ago
From the indefatigable Mike Crayton:
This can help a lot when Office will not activate.
Enabling disabled Office add-ins automatically
article #1274, updated 441 days ago
"AdxTaskPane" window comes up with Outlook
article #1237, updated 630 days ago
When recent versions of Outlook and other Office applications run certain plugins, sometimes the result will come up in a separate window called “AdxTaskPane”. To prevent this:
- File > Options > General > User Interface options
- Choose “Optimize for compatibility (application restart required)”
- Restart the application
When Microsoft Office won't uninstall
article #1200, updated 709 days ago
Try step #1 here:
Courtesy of the extraordinary Mike Crayton.
Advanced Microsoft Office Repair Tool
article #1060, updated 1071 days ago
It’s called the “Microsoft Office Configuration Analyzer Tool”, or OffCAT. Courtesy of the excellent Kaleb Carrol.
Manually remove Office 95, 97, 2000, XP, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016
article #234, updated 1073 days ago
Microsoft-provided removal tools for Office. A new page for 2007 through 2016:
Fix-Its now exist for Office 2010, 2007, and 2003:
A utility for manual removal of Office versions at and before XP, is reportedly in the 2003 Office Resource Kit, confirmed available at the link below as of right now, although the installer appears to crash:
Control automatic updates of Office 2013, 2016, 365
article #1041, updated 1129 days ago
This article states that it applies to click-to-run 2013 and later, which certainly includes 365. Its registry entries permit automatic updates to be turned off and on, and also, for the on-PC UI item to be turned off and on too.
Microsoft Office Configuration Analyzer Tool 2.2
article #1012, updated 1268 days ago
Something very like a best practices analyzer / BPA for Office, 32-bit and 64-bit, versions 2007 and newer, both MSI and click-to-run:
Excel falsely reports "cannot open or save any more documents because there is not enough available memory or disk space"
article #994, updated 1326 days ago
There are many situations in which a recent version of Excel will report that there is not enough available memory or disk space, where there very clearly is. To knock this one out, go to File menu and Options, click Trust Center on the left, click Trust Center Settings… on the right, and then Protected View on the left. Uncheck everything in there, and OK all the way out. Close Excel and try it again. Problem eliminated.